McClinchy Mile - Camano Climb

McClinchy Mile - Camano Climb
Sun. Apr 30, 2023 7:00am

2023 McClinchy Mile - Camano Climb, April 30th

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B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County hosted the first McClinchy Mile Ride in 1982. 
The event supports the club and local causes, including Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop, Christmas House, Kiwanis high school scholarships and the Stanwood Food Bank.

2023 McClinchy Routes

  • 103 mile Century Route .  Start training now for this very challenging, very beautiful ride comprised of three distinct loops.  First head north and enjoy a food stop at historic Bonhoeffer Gardens.  Next you'll ride the entire perimeter of Camano Island.  Finish with the flat and fast Stanwood Farms Route.  Elevation gain:  5,269 feet. 
  • 65 mile Metric Century Route. Combine the Camano Perimeter and Stanwood Farm routes for a real test of your legs!  Three food stops.  Elevation gain:  3,200 feet. 
  • 50 mile Camano Perimeter Route.  Very challenging, but worth it!  Two rest stops to keep you fueled as you enjoy the water views, trees and beach houses. 
  • 35 mile Camano Route. Hilly with beautiful views of mountains and Puget Sound.  Rest stop at Cama Beach State Park.  Elevation gain:  2, 229 feet. 
  • 15 mile Stanwood Farms Route.  Say "hello" to the cows on this scenic, mostly flat ride.  Route is quiet back roads, but includes a few miles on a rural highway.  Elevation gain:  349 feet. 

All routes start and end at Stanwood Middle School, 9405 271st Street NW.  PARKING IS FREE!  For your post-ride celebration, SAAL Brewing is just a few blocks away. 

This spring century will test your legs - over a mile of climbing in lots of short, steep hills. Take it slow to feast your eyes on water and mountain views - while refueling along the way with tasty treats. Five route options from 103 to 15 miles.Fresh food stops, SAG support and gourmet appetizers at a local brewpub after the ride are included.

Event Hosted By: 
BIKES Club of Snohomish County